Common Situations in Today’s Business Environment
To find out if contract staffing through CTC is the right staffing solution for your business, ask yourself a few questions other clients of ours have asked and answered yes to:
- Do you have a special project that you need to complete?
- Do you have a hiring freeze now that prohibits you from hiring someone?
- Do you need to reduce tax risks associated with 1099 independent contractors?
- Do you want to evaluate a candidate’s skills prior to offering employment?
- Do you need workers to keep up with the demand, but don’t want to add an employee to your staff?
- Do you want to avoid layoffs and bad press?
Common Client Situations that Call for our Staffing Services:
Staffing Flexibility- Provides a flexible supply of workers and allows you to effectively match your workload to the workforce.
Budget Constraints– Funds for contract staffing services usually come from a different pool of money. As a result, your company may be able to use an alternate budget to bring on contractors and still get the job don’t even when your company is experiencing a budget constraint.
Headcount Issues– If your company is experiencing a hiring freeze, why not consider contractors?
End of Assignment Flexibility– When your requirements diminish, you can easily adjust your labor supply. No layoffs, bad press, or lasting labor burden.
Utilize for a Specific Project or Purpose– Contractors can be utilized for a specific purpose or specific project. This arrangement is ideal because the contractors are available as needed. In this way CTC can act as your companies “virtual bench.”
Immediate Availability– Unlike direct candidates, temporary or contract candidates are typically available on short notice. Usually within days of your request.
Try Before you Buy (Temp-to-Direct)– Contracting provides an opportunity to “test drive” a potential direct hire before you make a long-term commitment.
Avoid IRS Scrutiny from 1099 Issues– In recent years, the IRS has begun to realize the large sums of potential tax revenue they are losing due to misclassified 1099 independent contractors who should be employees. The employee tax deductions include: Federal and State Income Tax, Social Security and Medicare. CTC handles all the administrative and paperwork issues and pays the necessary employer taxes, including Federal and State Unemployment Tax, Social Security, Medicare and Workers’ Compensation premiums.
Why Should you Outsource Your Contract Staffing?
CTC provides the administrative and financial services for contract placements, but will also be your main point of contact for all of your recruiting needs. We will be the employer for the candidate which you select to come work for you. CTC handles the payroll, taxes, insurance, benefits, invoicing, and all other administrative matters. By offering unparalleled recruiting and full contract staffing, Chase Technology Consultants gives unsurpassed value to clients.
Simple Weekly Process
Chase Technology Consultants has a simple and very easy weekly process for companies engaging in our contract services. Authorize billing by signing a weekly timesheet and pay a simple invoice. Expense reimbursements are also handled through CTC’s payroll department. All employee and employer taxes and withholdings are processed by us in accordance with all federal and state guidelines.